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Bank Blogger By Jeffrey Frye
Paperback: $15.20
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"Does my present world suck? Like a gaping chest wound. But it's all part of the ride. There's no sense in crying about it; nobody likes a whiny bank robber. If you like what you read, please... More > buy my books. If I get any poorer I'll be down eating sparrows with The Chinaman." [Jeffrey Frye, "Bank Blogger"] In 2012, Murder Slim Press received an unsolicited submission called "Prison Prose" from a notorious bank robber named Jeffrey Frye. What has followed is a long standing correspondance with Frye... and then MurderSlim.com's Bloggie-nominated Bank Robber's Blog. Bank Blogger is the first of numerous books that will collect stories unavailable on the Bank Robber's Blog, and provide you with the ultimate introduction to everyone's favourite felon. "Bank Blogger" is a limited edition chapbook of only 200 copies. You snooze, you lose. It's also packed with photos from Jeff's life inside and outside prison, and the various people that have an impact on his world.< Less
One Crazy Day By Jeffrey Frye
Paperback: $13.49
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"She turned around and smiled and said, ‘I didn’t see you standing there. I'm sorry.’ I dropped my voice an octave to put some bass in it and said, ‘Not half as sorry as... More > you're getting ready to be because I need you to put your hands flat on the counter and not make any sudden movements...and I need you to remain calm and breathe. Do you understand what's going on here?’ "As I said this I arched my left eyebrow and gave her what I call, ‘The Bank Robber Big-Eye.’" After his arrest that followed a lengthy manhunt in 2009, Jeffrey Frye was termed a "serial bank robber" by authorities. He is now serving a 20 year prison sentence. 'One Crazy Day' takes us through a standard day in the life of your favourite felon, as he juggles his drug addiction, a money grabbing girlfriend and - of course - one of his seven bank robberies. 'One Crazy Day' is limited to 200 copies... grab your own slice of the Bank Blogger's life while you still can.< Less
How Social Media Promote Social Vice By Steve Carlos
Paperback: $26.50
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A friend’s request on the social media soon turned out to be a disclosure and link to a lump sum of money stashed away in a foreign bank ripe for the taking. On one hand is a charitable... More > Australian lady whose late husband had bequethed a fortune now bed-ridden and in the final throes of a terminal cancerous growth. At the other end is the writer and veteran blogger whose disarming profile though infectious is a shield for shrewdness that is rare to come by in a shifty clime typified by obsession with flashy cars and ostentatious living. A short-lived drama, fast-paced build-up anchored to a flourish of missives, a hoax leading to the rather shocking discovery of the sophistication of the modern-day crooks, How Social Media Promote Social Vice is a must read. An eye-opener that scam on the social media is real notwithstanding the relentless effort to sanitize and make safe the platform for everyone.< Less
Frugally Delicious By Hannah Smith
Paperback: $7.05
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Love food, but not sky-high grocery prices? You should totally buy this book :) Frugal = something which costs little, or is inexpensive. But ‘frugal’ needn’t equal drudgery.... More > Frugally Delicious is a cook book chock-full of taste bud pleasing recipes made from great ingredients which won’t break the bank. This isn’t a fancy ‘coffee-table’ cookbook. It’s a cookbook for proper cooks, for people who want their food to do the talking. None of this would have been possible without the generosity of the 55 fabulous food bloggers who kindly donated their recipes, or our gracious supporter, ClearDebt.co.uk.< Less
The Complaints Against Walter Thomas Williams III By BackgroundNow Staff
eBook (PDF): $10.00
WALTER THOMAS WILLIAMS, III, a Hernando, Mississippi resident: The Indictment charges thirty-one (31) separate counts of violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1343 [Wire Fraud]. WILLIAMS... More > is alleged to have diverted in excess of ten million dollars ($10,000,000.00) from his Memphis employer’s bank account to three separate personal accounts which the Defendant had opened in Tennessee, Mississippi, and Georgia. Always keep in mind that indictments, complaints or informations are not evidence of guilt. These are descriptions of accusations made against defendants. Those accused are presumed innocent until guilt beyond a reasonable doubt is proven or until guilt is admitted or plead. BackgroundNow.com provides background checks to businesses; publishes fraud, corruption, and other criminal and civil case news; and distributes case complaints, indictments, plea agreements and other court documents to analysts, bloggers, journalists, reporters and interested readers.< Less